TEXAS INTERNATIONAL TERMINALS

 
 
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We Move the World Forward…

As part of the backbone of global trade and the global economy, Texas International Terminals plays an essential role in the growth and sustainable development of countries around the world.

We do so by shipping ethanol that is blended into gas for vehicles that transport people and products, by moving fertilizer used to grow food for the world, and by transporting soda ash that is used in the manufacture of glass and production of sealants, glues and detergents.

These critical items all help move the world forward.

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“DELIVERING CLEAR ADVANTAGES
365 DAYS A YEAR”

bill bevers  |  vice president & general manager

 
 
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History

Established in 2009, Texas International Terminals is a world-class liquid and dry bulk multi-modal facility for deep draft vessel, unit train, manifest rail, barge, and trucking along the Galveston Ship Channel. The company has the capability for liquid transloading and storage, dry bulk handling and storage as well as layberth facilities for all vessels. With the full breadth of terminaling services offered by Texas International Terminals, our single location links North America with the global market. Today, we serve some of the largest ethanol producers, phosphate producers and agri-businesses in the world. Nimble and well capitalized, we are uniquely positioned to respond quickly to our customer needs and provide creative solutions where none existed before.

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Delivering Clear Advantages 365 Days a Year

At mile 3.5 on the Galveston Ship Channel, which opens directly into blue water and utilizes an independent pilot association, Texas International Terminal provides efficient dispatch 365 days a year. Our unique logistical position offers minimal congestion, allowing ships to get in and out faster. In addition, fog tends to dissipate from Galveston Ship Channel more quickly than other channels in the area. Transit times to our marine berths are less than two hours from anchorage on the Galveston Ship Channel, allowing for superior logistics and fluidity to berth and load vessels. With marine berths that are centrally located between all major U.S. Gulf Coast ports, we ensure exceptional logistics should cargo need to be parceled out or aggregation of various crude grades and origins.

 

 

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